Creating a custom install of Windows 7

insultmaster191

WIth Windows XP, I was able to use nlite to create a custom install cd with adobe reader and a few other programs installed with the fresh copy. And since nlite doesn't support Windows 7, does any one know a good solution?

Tags: custom, install, W7
Topic: Windows
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jimlynch
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Hi insultmaster,

You might want to check out this article. It lists 10 tools you can use to create custom installs.

10 tools for creating custom Windows installation discs
http://www.techradar.com/news/software/operating-systems/10-tools-for-cr...

"If you've got a Windows XP, Vista or 7 installation disc, you probably know how much work needs to be done post-installation.

Much of this work – slipstreaming Service Packs, reinstalling drivers and getting your PC back up to date – is repetitive and annoying."

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